Thirsty Thursdays – Falcon Bar, Marsh Tavern & The 1811 House
$3 Domestic Beer; Budweiser, Bud Light, Michelob Ultra, Miller Lite, Coors Lite & Labatt Blue
Full Moon Dinner, Saturday, February 8th, Equinox Pond Pavilion 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm Weather depending, we will hike through Equinox Preserve guided by Rick our steward of the Equinox Land Trust. Arrive at Pond Pavilion for a Chef inspired rustic dining experience with a roaring stone fireplace, live music and views of the full moon reflecting on our pond. Don’t feel like hiking? We will also offer the “take the car package” where we can shuttle you to the Pond Pavilion. Come join in on this experience like no other. We have limited seating for this event. $85 per person (Tax & Gratuity not included). Price also includes a selection of Beer/Wine & Soft Drinks. Hike only price is $25. Please contact our Concierge at 802-362-4700 to make a reservation.
Winter Warmer, February 28th, 1811 House 6-9PM Join us for a fireside evening featuring live music, s’mores, scotch tasting and more!
Canfield Gallery Opening Reception -February 15 @ 10:00am-3:00pm,Martha Canfield Library
Aperture Magazine/Paris Photo Best Photobooks will return to Vermont from February 15th through April 15th. This exhibition of the winners of Aperture’s internationally-acclaimed…
Faces of Fratrich Show -February 15 -March 31 @ 10:00am-5:00pm, Tilting at Windmills Gallery, Manchester
Michael Fratrich presents the evolution and inspiration behind his bucolic renderings and his works in Impressionism, Minimalism, Hudson…
Vermont State Fair Annual Snow Mobile Festival -February 15 @ 10:00am-2:00pm, Vermont State Fairgrounds
Vintage snowmobile show, swap meet, parade, food, awards! Free admission! Free to bring any snowmobile of any age to ride around on the Fairgrounds!
Merck Forest Sleigh Ride $5 -February 15 @ 4:00pm-5:00pm Merck Forest & Farmland Center Rupert, VT
More than Meets the Eye; An Exhibition Series will be open through March 15 Yester House Galleries, Southern Vermont Arts Center, 930 SVAC Drive/ Manchester West Road, Manchester
This winter, the Southern Vermont Arts Center is proud to offer a suite of exhibitions addressing important and topical issues. The I Am More: Facing Stigma photography exhibition, created and sponsored by the Yellow Tulip Project, features black-and-white portraits of people who are dealing with mental health challenges personally or through the experiences of family or friends. The individuals–musicians, artists, nature lovers, parents, and more–are dedicated to challenging assumptions and stigma around mental illness and what mental illness “looks like.”
The Forty-Seven Main Street Artists Group demonstrates the inspirational power of abstract self expression in paint. Renowned photographer Gisela Gamper documents her personal journey of love and mourning. Bennington College Visiting Professor Terry Boddie takes a complex approach to the legacy of the transatlantic slave trade. Nationally recognized photographer Carl Austin Hyatt shows portraits made from two decades of travels in the Andes of Peru. In mixed media portraits, students from area schools present themselves as they want to be seen. We are, all of us, more than meets the eye!Our role in curating this exhibition is to create an opportunity for art to inspire connections and conversations. The exhibition will provide space to come together–which is at the center of our mission. SVAC will provide opportunities for visitors to express their responses to all the artwork on display.
Gallery Opening for Illustrator/Artist Christopher Smith at The Gallery at Equinox Village
Christopher Smith, of West Rupert, Vermont is an artist specializing in illustrations and cartoons including portraiture, editorial illustrations, political cartoons, courtroom sketching, as well as fine art paintings and drawings. This exhibit will be open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. through February 17th. For more information call 802-362-4061.